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Time is actually a vector

  1. Apr 7, 2003 #1
    time is actually a vector!!

    it is:
    x=vxtx
    y=vyty
    z=vztz
    this is in a sense that every position has it's own velocity and time.
    if
    vy=vz=0 and
    x=y=0 and
    tx=tz=0 then
    x=vytz-vzty=0
    y=vztx-vxtz=0
    z=vxty-vytx=vxty
    so it is:
    (x,y,z)=(vx,vy,vz)x(tx,ty,tz)

    on the x-axes there are x,vz,ty
    on the y-axes there are y,tz,vx
    on the z-axes there are z,vy,tx
     
    Last edited by a moderator: Apr 7, 2003
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  3. Apr 9, 2003 #2

    FZ+

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    In your universe perhaps, but not in this.
    Oh lemme see:

    No proof.
    No relation to reality.
    Crummy maths: (x does not equal v*t, for the last time)
     
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